Among the available titles on Playstation 4 that we hadn't had the time to cover is Escape Plan, a Playstation Vuta exclusive which has been unexpectedly adapted on Sony's next gen hardware. To be honest, the absence of direct contact with Lil and Laarg through tactile controls takes aways a bit of the game's charm. Closer to a Point and Click experience now, Sony Computer Entertainment's title has become less original as a result. Still, with its unique atmosphere and the fact that it comes for free for those who have already purchased it, it's hard to find anything to complain about. Enjoy these 2 1080p gameplay videos.
@Melmoth: exactly. They're just "confirming" stuff we knew. They're just feigning knowledge so they're first. (1 minute ago)
@Moonwalker: and who's he? How have they changed? Got worse? Got better? (3 minutes ago)
and things like "rasterisation efficiency improves as resolution increases".. which is standard stuff. (3 minutes ago)
what's talked about in the eurogamer seems most like info already out there in one way or another, like hardware features that were introduced in the polaris, and the ms e3 slides. (5 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Enjoyed BF1 for a short period of time but it's one of my least played games in the series. Uninstalled it late november. (5 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: Well they were right about the switch, so.. (17 minutes ago)
This guy says he has seen documents dated E3 2016 too and things since then have changed, fwiw. [url] (22 minutes ago)